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Discussion in 'August 2017 Challenges' started by ashleywb, Jul 30, 2017.
Great idea for a challenge!
very timely for me, great challenge
I have so many photos to scan but never do it. Great incentive!
Here is my page!
I scanned the photo and then edited it with RadLab.
I have been working on scanning pictures so this was a perfect challenge. Here is my page:
I don't think I've ever scrapped a scanned picture so thanks for the motivation! Here's my page:
I have this fun habit of scanning all our vacation memorabilia as soon as we get home from a trip (I just scanned a bunch of squished pennies from our road trip!!!) I try to include those bits & pieces on my digital layouts like I used to on my traditional paper layouts!
So- I hope that still counts for this challenge! For this layout- I added the scanned & extracted brochure that came with Princess Hayden's package at BBB!
My scanner and computer aren't playing nice since I updated my OS, so I took a photo of a photo instead...
finally I got to do mine, and this only to make me feel even more guilty that I completely forgot I promised last year to make a blog post about how I take photos of paper photos instead of scanning them (better quality and size!)
anyway, so so many awesome memories!!! thanks for the challenge Ashley!!!!
Here's my layout. I think there are other photos I would have liked to add, but this is what I had time for. I love living near one of the Great Lakes and would really miss being able to drive by the water as often as I do, wen I am just going around town.
Thanks for the challenge.
Well I just looked at some other photos in the thread and realized this was the wrong thread! i tried to delete it, but couldn't. Sorry.
Lake Erie Scaled by catschwartz posted Aug 19, 2017 at 11:24 AM
I scanned a postcard that I picked up of the inside of Westminster Abbey, because no photography was allowed!
Here's my page:
I scanned ths photo months ago and forgot about it until this challenge, so here's my page:
Thanks for the idea!
What wonderful photos in this thread!